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Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle
September 14, 2001

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RF Cafe - Engineering & Science Crossword Puzzle

1 Send junk e-mail
6 18 GHz to 26.5 GHz
11 Colorado Springs military school
12 Semiconductor lamp
13 Electronic warfare defense
15 Type of current flow
19 Chemical symbol for iron
20 Language of Nepal
22 Resembling a fleece
24 Test point
25 Type of memory
26 Internet URL resolver
27 European equivalent to the U.L.
28 Quickly changing portion of waveform
29 Waveform limit definition
31 Organization for former military members
34 Antenna vendor in Beltsville, MD
35 Adjust a pot
37 Spawning area of salmon
41 Frequency mixing result
45 Front edge of a wing, abbr.
47 Antenna gain unit
48 Powers pneumatic devices
49 PC follower
50 Add catalyst
51 Loyalty
52 Type of model airplane control system, abbr.
53 Min-to-max voltage of a waveform
54 Programmable Logic Device
56 RF amplifier company in CA
57 Opposite of difference
59 _____-wise linear
60 Just entering the nonlinear region
2 Output stage of a transmitter
3 Afraid
4 1/000 of an amp
5 (fUpper + fLower) / 2
7 Chemical symbol for beryllium
8 MS database
9 Home state of Los Alamos lab
10 Type of project management chart
14 Sent a telegraph message
16 Brown-capped boletus mushroom
17 Phase if the 1st derivative wrt to this
18 Offset Frequency Shift Keying
19 Spectrum regulatory agency in the U.S.
21 Be behind in phase
23 Low Noise Amplifier
30 Relative level of signal and noise
31 Vessel or duct
32 Rainy
33 Miniature RF connector type
36 Color representing "0"
38 Fit to be eaten
39 Logarithmic unit of voltage
40 Thread cutting tools
41 Not in harm's way
42 Type of chart
43 A superior planet
44 Positively doped silicon
46 High-speed logic family
49 Directions for verifying proper function
54 Ratio of circumference to diameter
55 Type of current
57 Symbol for tin
58 Metal parts engineer

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